Keith Curle confident he can deliver Carlisle United up-turn in form

Keith Curle
Keith Curle has been at Brunton Park since replacing Graham Kavanagh in September 2014

Manager Keith Curle is convinced he can help Carlisle United rediscover their League Two form, despite a fifth defeat in six at Mansfield on Saturday.

The Cumbrians lost 2-0 to their fellow promotion hopefuls but remain fifth in the table and four points off third.

Curle's side did not drop out of the top three between October and March before the recent slump.

"I'll turn results round," Curle told BBC Radio Cumbria. "I'll turn negatives into positives. That's what I do."

Curle continued: "That what I do as an individual, as a professional. I've got the full backing of the board, the owners and the dressing room - before all that starts.

"Those are the negatives which get thrown in, he's lost the dressing room, players aren't playing for him or the board aren't backing him. Watch me do my job now."

Curle has been in charge at Carlisle United since September 2014 and has won 55 of his 141 games in charge.

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